The Salvation Army is a 501(c)(3) organization. As a Salvation Army program, gifts to Project SHARE are tax-deductable.

Often donations are eligible for utility company matching, whether it is monthly or a one-time gift. Due to COVID-19, Georgia Power has raised its corporate matching for Project SHARE from dollar for dollar to $1.50/dollar.

Most Georgians can enroll in monthly gift-giving through their power bill. Georgia Power customers can enroll here, and Gas South customers can enroll here. Many of Georgia’s other power companies (EMCs and municipal utilities) offer enrollment, too; contact your local electric provider to ask if they are currently partnering with Project SHARE.

You can send a one-time gift by check to:
Project SHARE
The Salvation Army Divisional HQ
P.O. Box 930188
Norcross, GA 30003-0188

Include your power company name and account number in the Memo field of your check and we will receive a matching gift from the power company if available.

You can give a monthly or one-time gift online through The Salvation Army’s online donation center. Have your power bill handy and type your info in the “Specific Use” box like this:

  • [example] Specific Use: Project SHARE / Georgia Power acct#55443-22110

Your Donation Stays in Your County
Your gift, and any match that is available, will be used locally. That’s “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” in action.